Definition of sculler in English:

sculler

Line breaks: scull¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈskʌlə
 
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noun

  • 1A person who sculls a boat.
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    • The club also despatched a small squad of rowers and scullers to Turin to compete in the Campionato Italiano Gran Fondo ñ D' Inverno Sul Po 2005.
    • But therein lies another source of discord, with the top Scottish scullers and rowers being forced to live and train in England.
    • York City Rowing Club had 12 crews and scullers gaining trophies in the small boats Head of the River Race, which was postponed a week because of the high water level on the River Ouse.
  • 1.1A boat propelled with a scull or pair of sculls.

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